The Collaborative International Dictionary
Camis \Cam"is\ (k[a^]m"[i^]s), n. [See Chemise.] A light, loose dress or robe. [Also written camus.] [Obs.]
All in a camis light of purple silk.
Etymology 1 n. (plural of cami English) Etymology 2
alt. (context obsolete English) A light, loose dress or robe. n. (context obsolete English) A light, loose dress or robe.
Usage examples of "camis".
On 8th March, 1772, Camis wrote: "I am very sorry that we cannot find out the reason of the noise".
Ricketts left a family named Lawrence took the house, and, according to old Lucy Camis, in 1818, Mr.